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ABERCRAVE DEBATE. "A ydyw'r Eisteddfod G-eno^la-^thol yn cyfiawnhau ei hodoladh it" (Doe, I the National Eisteddfod just.fv its existence), was the subject for debate at the young people's sc-cieCv at Bryn Seion on Wednesday evening of last week. Mr David Rosser AYilliajr-s opened with the affirmative, and was sup- ported by Miss Mary Aim Jorie, whilst Mr John Elwyn Watkia-, supported by Mist Bessie Owen, argued on the negative s'dc. There was a very good I audience and o the proceedings. The following i part in the discussion at the e-rd: Messrs. David Daniel Gccner Da ;1, I Thomas E. Lewis. John S. Morgan. T. AYatkins, Idvis Lewis and hur H. Lew-is. SOLDIER'S DEATH IN HOSPITAL ) Jt war" with regret- we learned or tlie i death at Neath War Hospital on Tues- (lav of List week, of Pt-e. AN-. Smith, S. W. B.. who had worked in this ds's- trict for several years, a-nd was well- Deceased, who w.as 33 yenrs of aQe. was theon. of Mr W. Smith. of Al nunta ;11 Ash. He had treated ) t rcmbi?kc Hospital for man\' II n?onths. and wes afterwards removed to Neath. His re ma i us were conveyed t,o hi;; hol-n- on c d n(- d ay ai)d u-ei-c to AYednesday and were buT'ed with miliuu-y honours at Alountain: A<-h Cemetery on Sueday afternoon. A number of friends, jour- neyed to the bvsriaG plnr-e to pay their last resoefits. DEATH OF OLD RESIDENT. The de-i th oeciirrea on I u<-<-(lay n :h t I d Mr John Morgan, late of Caeglas farm, but now residing at Nantcae'r- .,fîjI. Dfeeased had been enfined to his hed for m-a nv months and had home his sufferings patiently. He leaves a widow and three grown np ..children to mourn .i I, Flit- t.;t.-k (o i?ir after- I noon at Tynycoed. F HOME ON LEA YE. I Signaler M. Powell, of Trefleming, has again arrived home from Sierra Le-^oe, AY'»vt AfrXa, looking in excel- lent eondit'o-n. He returns to duty at ch" er d of the week, and we wisli hiuk God pe.(Ü on Iiis return. REHEARSAL. The third arngmg rehearsal viill be held at Bi-vii Seion on Sunday after- noon and even:ncc -neaflt. b, the mem- bers* of the Congregational ('hur<«hcs f the district. Good Fi^ida' when the festival will be li Id, is drawing nigh, and great preparations arc made to mak., it a sti-rr^ss. The i^rlowing is a statement of the proceeds of the concert recently given by the Caehopkin United Choir in aid of the, local Soldiers and Sailors Fund: Receipts £ 73 16 10 Expenses £::2 15 10 Paid to S. an S. Fund JE21 1 0 £ 73 16 18 Audited and found correct, H. Haydn Powell, John Phillips, auditors.

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! BIRCH (*K0YE. BIItCl-l(-w'ROVE.

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